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The following Federal dispatch case requested did not qualify for an automated dispatch creation. Please create the dispatch manually.

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Following and requested are clashing with each other.

I guess it is either of the following:

  • The following Federal dispatch case did not qualify for an automated dispatch creation. Please create the dispatch manually.

  • The requested Federal dispatch case did not qualify for an automated dispatch creation. Please create the dispatch manually.

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I disagree with the other answer. There is no reason why following and requested are mutually exclusive.

It's quite possible that you can have multiple dispatches, some of which were requested by a particular person and others which were not, some of which can be created automatically and others which cannot.

When looking at a particular dispatch, you might say to somebody who has asked about it:

The following Federal dispatch case that you requested did not qualify for an automated dispatch creation. Please create the dispatch manually.

Expressing the same thing in simpler terms:

The following requested Federal dispatch case did not qualify for automatic creation. Please create it it manually.


Of course, you can remove both of those words and simplify it even more:

Your Federal dispatch case didn't qualify for automatic creation. Please create it manually.

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